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Get lasered with confidence

Nadine has been a member of the Angelic Hell Tattoo family since 2016. Managing the shop and overseeing reception staff, Nadine is also a trained laser technician and offers Laser Tattoo Removal & Reduction at the studio. She has attended the Core of Knowledge laser training in conjunction with the University of Manchester beginning of 2017.

Get lasered with confidence at Lazerase; we use only the highest quality medical grade lasers from British manufacturer Lynton, so you can feel secure in the knowledge that you are being treated with the best technology on the market. Don’t risk being treated with a poor quality alternative and making the same mistake twice; our treatments guarantee to remove or reduce your tattoo significantly for cover up without the risk of skin damage.

Since 1994 Lynton has been providing exceptional, medical grade equipment with unrivalled after-sales support in the areas of Laser, IPL and aesthetic technology. Innovative design and manufacturing has led to our reputation as the UK’s premier supplier of aesthetic technology to private clinics and the NHS.

The Luminette Q is armed with a Q-switched Nd: YAG (1064nm) & KTP (532nm) laser for the removal of black and multi-coloured, professional or amateur tattoos. With this machine the 1064nm handpiece is perfect for removing black and very dark ink pigment and dermal pigmentation. The 532nm handpiece is ideal for treatment of red, purple, and orange ink pigments and superficial pigmentation. The majority of colours are treatable. However, pale colours such as yellow and white are extremely difficult to remove with any laser. This is due to the lack of target chromophores to absorb the laser light. British manufacturing, combined with Lynton’s market-leading support services (training, technical, clinical & business), ensures practitioners a new and expanding revenue stream for effective & safe treatments (used by the NHS)

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Common questions about tattoo removal

We are happy to introduce our new business Lazerase Tattoo Removal Brighton. We use only the highest quality medical grade lasers from British manufacturer Lynton, which has the capacity to remove or lighten up (for future cover up) the majority of colours.

How much does it cost? 2017-11-25T14:11:45+00:00

Just like getting tattooed, quoting a laser removal session is a bespoke process. Our starting price for laser removal is £40. Test patches are free of charge. Book in for a free consultation with our laser technician and she will be able to give you an accurate quote. Speak to our laser technician to see if there are any promotions for multiple sessions available to help reduce the cost. Your consultation will take approximately 20 minutes where we will review your health information and ask questions to make sure laser tattoo removal is appropriate for you.

Does it hurt? 2017-11-01T18:00:54+00:00

The treatment can be a painful process. Luckily this discomfort decreases as the treatment progresses. The sensation during the treatment is similar to being flicked with an elastic band or a splash of oil that spits onto your skin whilst cooking. Most people do not experience a high level of discomfort. The skin will be very sensitive after each treatment so a high factor sun-blocker is recommended. Luckily laser treatments only take between 3-20 minutes – so it will be a lot quicker than it was getting that unwanted tattoo.

How does it work? 2017-11-01T18:00:08+00:00

The Luminette Q produces short laser pulses which break up the ink particles. Over time those particles will then be removed through your body’s immune system. It will take several treatment sessions to achieve the required result – all depending on the quality of the tattoo (amateur or professional), the colours used in the tattoo as well as the depth of the tattoo ink. Each session will be 6 weeks apart to give your body enough time to break up the ink and for your immune system to flush it out.

Which type of laser do you use? 2017-11-02T11:14:52+00:00
Lazerase - Luminette Q
The Luminette Q is armed with a Q-switched Nd: YAG (1064nm) & KTP (532nm) laser for the removal of black and multi-coloured, professional or amateur tattoos. With this machine the 1064nm handpiece is perfect for removing black and very dark ink pigment and dermal pigmentation. The 532nm handpiece is ideal for treatment of red, purple, and orange ink pigments and superficial pigmentation. The majority of colours are treatable. However, pale colours such as yellow and white are extremely difficult to remove with any laser. This is due to the lack of target chromophores to absorb the laser light. British manufacturing, combined with Lynton’s market-leading support services (training, technical, clinical & business), ensures practitioners a new and expanding revenue stream for effective & safe treatments (used by the NHS)

Aftercare

Lazerase Tattoo Removal Aftercare Advice

Laser tattoo removal works by passing a short pulse of high energy light though the skin which breaks up the ink particles that form your tattoo. The body’s immune system is then able to remove the ink particles naturally. This is a gradual process and several treatments will be needed. Although it is a relatively non-invasive process, you may experience one or more of the following:

  • Bruising

  • Swelling

  • Pinpoint bleeding

  • Small blisters

  • Loss of skin pigment (usually temporary)

These are perfectly normal side effects of having laser removal done and should not impede on your body’s natural healing process. Although not a common occurrence, laser removal can cause small amounts of scarring, especially if the area was scarred during the initial tattoo process.

Laseraze - tattoo removal aftercare

When you leave the studio:

The removal site will be covered with a light gauze to prevent germs from entering the laser site.

This can be removed after a few hours, and the area washed gently with antibacterial soap.

In order to ensure the proper healing of your laser tattoo removal procedure, it is important that you adhere to these aftercare instructions:

  • Apply a cold compress to the area; this will help to reduce swelling and the risk of blistering.

  • Apply Aloe Vera Healing Gel/recommended laser treatment aftercare solution twice daily using firm massage movements; the cream helps heal the skin, and the massage encourages the ink to break down quickly.

  • Avoid picking any scabs/bursting blisters as this can lead to scarring and infection of the area.

  • Avoid putting make-up over the area.

  • Avoid sun beds and direct sun exposure. Use a sunblock SPF25 or higher for 3 months after the treatment.

  • During the healing process it is common for the area to feel itchy. Do not scratch the area, pat it gently instead.

  • In case of infection, reaction or any other cause for a delay in the healing of the treated area, contact the studio immediately.

During the process of removing your tattoo through laser treatments drink lots of water, this forces your body to flush out toxins including tiny tattoo ink particles.

These are only guidelines and should you have any concerns
please do not hesitate to contact us.

Book an appointment or ask a question, we’d love to hear from you.

2 North Road
Brighton
BN1 1YA

Emil: info@lazerase.co.uk
Telephone: 01273 697981

Opening Hours:
Mon – Sat: 11am – 6pm
Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
* Appointments out of business hours also available